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Gaulish An Artemis/Diana-like figure, the tutelary Goddess of the Ardennes Forest region. She seems to be a particular protectress of wild boars, and is imaged as riding upon one at least once. Often conflated with the Roman Diana....
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Dans la mythologie Celtique, Arduinna est une Déesse Gauloise.
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La bière, toute une affaire
En fût, une cinquième bière vient d'être commercialisée : la bière dite « des marionnettes », censée être moins amère que l'Arduinna, conçue comme les autres à la suite de tests auprès de quelques clients.

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"Arduina" redirects here. For the asteroid, see 394 Arduina. For the plant genus, see Carissa.
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Arduinna: a Gaulish goddess, also known as Arduinna and
The Gaulish goddess Arduinna (also known as Arduinna and Ardbinna): Goddess of the Heights.
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Mar 3, 1997 The Gaulish (Celtic) goddess of the moon, hunting, and forests. She was very popular in the Ardennes, to which she gave her name.

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